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#1

Hi all and Hairsite,

You were talking in that HT thread about your regimen…I’ve already asked this question but it seems you did’t notice it…so I’m reloading it for you…Can you please tell me what’s your regimen ??


#2

» Hi all and Hairsite,
»
» You were talking in that HT thread about your regimen…I’ve already asked
» this question but it seems you did’t notice it…so I’m reloading it for
» you…Can you please tell me what’s your regimen ??

Propecia, spiro, Loniten, Lysine, plus occasional Liquidex. Do this ONLY under your doctor’s supervision. My doctor requested that I have blood test on a regular basis. Also, I stop everything every 7-8 months. I go on for about 2 months using absolutely nothing. Then I start another cycle of the regimen again.


#3

» » Hi all and Hairsite,
» »
» » You were talking in that HT thread about your regimen…I’ve already
» asked
» » this question but it seems you did’t notice it…so I’m reloading it for
» » you…Can you please tell me what’s your regimen ??
»
» Propecia, spiro, Loniten, Lysine, plus occasional Liquidex. Do this ONLY
» under your doctor’s supervision. My doctor requested that I have blood
» test on a regular basis. Also, I stop everything every 7-8 months. I go
» on for about 2 months using absolutely nothing. Then I start another cycle
» of the regimen again.

Propecia, spiro, Loniten, Lysine, plus occasional Liquidex.

Why do you take Lysine specifically? and loniten? what is Liquidex?

Regards
Pete


#4

» Propecia, spiro, Loniten, Lysine, plus occasional Liquidex.
»
»
» Why do you take Lysine specifically? and loniten? what is Liquidex?

Liquidex is arimidex (anastrozole) in liquid form, this is to prevent gyno.

It was Waseda who recommended using Lysine along with Propecia. No specific studies that link Lysine to hair loss, at least not that I am aware of. But it is an essential amino acid that plays an important role in the formation of collagen, and collagen affects our skin and hair formation. My hair does feel better whenever I included Lysine in my regimen.

Again, every person is different. You have to do that under your doctor’s supervision. Over the years, this is the ONLY regimen that ever worked for me. Without this regimen, I probably would have done a couple more hair transplants by now.


#5

Hi all,
»
» It was Waseda who recommended using Lysine along with Propecia. No
» specific studies that link Lysine to hair loss, at least not that I am
» aware of. But it is an essential amino acid that plays an important role
» in the formation of collagen, and collagen affects our skin and hair
» formation. My hair does feel better whenever I included Lysine in my
» regimen.

What happened to Waseda anyway ?!

» Again, every person is different. You have to do that under your doctor’s
» supervision. Over the years, this is the ONLY regimen that ever worked
» for me. Without this regimen, I probably would have done a couple more
» hair transplants by now.

I learned that , really , every MPB case is unique the hard way…this is probably the most important piece of advice that a new hair loss sufferer needs to perfectly understand !and that’s why dermatologists are so useless at treating MPB…except for some brillinat exceptional ones that are not available anyway to treat the MPB of the average joe but rather at a lab trying to find the cure for everyone …thats the way things are…


#6

I have seen research on Lysine enhancing the use on Minox; I believe some idiot even slapped an patent on it - given it is a cheap OTC supplement. Oh well.

You are taking Spiro and Loniten orally? Holy cow! I would be that you would want to be medically surpervised. :slight_smile:

As you know I am a big Arimidex fan; I have very low DHT and high E. I am also looking at DIM, topical Chrysin and topical Resveratrol for the same reasons.

You are missing Ketoconazole though; I make my own topical and now understand why it works. It prevents the production of DHT by blocking Glucocorticoid receptors and it also inhibits DHEA production.

» » Propecia, spiro, Loniten, Lysine, plus occasional Liquidex.
» »
» »
» » Why do you take Lysine specifically? and loniten? what is Liquidex?
»
» Liquidex is arimidex (anastrozole) in liquid form, this is to prevent
» gyno.
»
» It was Waseda who recommended using Lysine along with Propecia. No
» specific studies that link Lysine to hair loss, at least not that I am
» aware of. But it is an essential amino acid that plays an important role
» in the formation of collagen, and collagen affects our skin and hair
» formation. My hair does feel better whenever I included Lysine in my
» regimen.
»
» Again, every person is different. You have to do that under your doctor’s
» supervision. Over the years, this is the ONLY regimen that ever worked
» for me. Without this regimen, I probably would have done a couple more
» hair transplants by now.


#7

» I have seen research on Lysine enhancing the use on Minox; I believe some
» idiot even slapped an patent on it - given it is a cheap OTC supplement.
» Oh well.
»
» You are taking Spiro and Loniten orally? Holy cow! I would be that you
» would want to be medically surpervised. :slight_smile:
»
» As you know I am a big Arimidex fan; I have very low DHT and high E. I am
» also looking at DIM, topical Chrysin and topical Resveratrol for the same
» reasons.
»
» You are missing Ketoconazole though; I make my own topical and now
» understand why it works. It prevents the production of DHT by blocking
» Glucocorticoid receptors and it also inhibits DHEA production.
»
»
» » » Propecia, spiro, Loniten, Lysine, plus occasional Liquidex.
» » »
» » »
» » » Why do you take Lysine specifically? and loniten? what is Liquidex?
» »
» » Liquidex is arimidex (anastrozole) in liquid form, this is to prevent
» » gyno.
» »
» » It was Waseda who recommended using Lysine along with Propecia. No
» » specific studies that link Lysine to hair loss, at least not that I am
» » aware of. But it is an essential amino acid that plays an important
» role
» » in the formation of collagen, and collagen affects our skin and hair
» » formation. My hair does feel better whenever I included Lysine in my
» » regimen.
» »
» » Again, every person is different. You have to do that under your
» doctor’s
» » supervision. Over the years, this is the ONLY regimen that ever worked
» » for me. Without this regimen, I probably would have done a couple more
» » hair transplants by now.

that topical you make might well be patentable, well not sure if that is possible, but it sure works on you


#8

» You are missing Ketoconazole though; I make my own topical and now
» understand why it works. It prevents the production of DHT by blocking
» Glucocorticoid receptors and it also inhibits DHEA production.

Hi ,
How do you make your own ?

I’m really interested to do it for myself ! Thanks

Also for Hairsite would you answer my post plz !


#9

» What happened to Waseda anyway ?!

No idea. He disappeared all of a sudden.

» I learned that , really , every MPB case is unique the hard way…this is
» probably the most important piece of advice that a new hair loss sufferer
» needs to perfectly understand !and that’s why dermatologists are so
» useless at treating MPB…except for some brillinat exceptional ones that
» are not available anyway to treat the MPB of the average joe but rather at
» a lab trying to find the cure for everyone …thats the way things are…

Very true. Every person is different.


#10

» As you know I am a big Arimidex fan; I have very low DHT and high E. I am
» also looking at DIM, topical Chrysin and topical Resveratrol for the same
» reasons.

Do you know why your estrogen is so HIGH ? Mine is high too according to the blood test. I attribute that to spiro, which I cut that down to just 50mg once every other day now. Also, as I get older I no longer need to use anti-androgens so aggressively.

»
» You are missing Ketoconazole though; I make my own topical and now
» understand why it works. It prevents the production of DHT by blocking
» Glucocorticoid receptors and it also inhibits DHEA production.

Good point about DHEA. I used to be on DHEA supplement at one point. I noticed that every time I used DHEA, my hair loss increased.

I forgot to mention that I do use Keto once a week.


#11

With low T and very low DHT, I have to have high aromatase.

Like Cortisol and Progesterone, high E can be seen in fat storage aroundthe middle and in the chest.

I took Arimidex, but am now exploring other avenues and in particular topical sof things like Chrysin and Resveratrol; as we know these have virtually zero bioavailability when taken in tablet form.

It is the first time I measured and I am not sure I was surprised by the results. I am now also taking a supplement to boost my T.

» » As you know I am a big Arimidex fan; I have very low DHT and high E. I
» am
» » also looking at DIM, topical Chrysin and topical Resveratrol for the
» same
» » reasons.
»
» Do you know why your estrogen is so HIGH ? Mine is high too according to
» the blood test. I attribute that to spiro, which I cut that down to just
» 50mg once every other day now. Also, as I get older I no longer need to
» use anti-androgens so aggressively.
»
» »
» » You are missing Ketoconazole though; I make my own topical and now
» » understand why it works. It prevents the production of DHT by blocking
» » Glucocorticoid receptors and it also inhibits DHEA production.
»
» Good point about DHEA. I used to be on DHEA supplement at one point. I
» noticed that every time I used DHEA, my hair loss increased.
»
» I forgot to mention that I do use Keto once a week.


#12

» » Propecia, spiro, Loniten, Lysine, plus occasional Liquidex.
» »
» »
» » Why do you take Lysine specifically? and loniten? what is Liquidex?
»
» Liquidex is arimidex (anastrozole) in liquid form, this is to prevent
» gyno.

You may want to look into Pygeum to help with Estradiol (alone)

Epilobium will help with both DHT and Etradiol.

»
» It was Waseda who recommended using Lysine along with Propecia. No
» specific studies that link Lysine to hair loss, at least not that I am
» aware of. But it is an essential amino acid that plays an important role
» in the formation of collagen, and collagen affects our skin and hair
» formation. My hair does feel better whenever I included Lysine in my
» regimen.

Lysine also lowers Nitric oxide! A topical route to lower this is probably a better route to take.

»
» Again, every person is different. You have to do that under your doctor’s
» supervision. Over the years, this is the ONLY regimen that ever worked
» for me. Without this regimen, I probably would have done a couple more
» hair transplants by now.

Any topical that can reverse the IMMUNE RESPONSE will REGROW hair!

Regards
Pete


#13

» Epilobium will help with both DHT and Etradiol.

Epilobium has NEVER been shown to lower either DHT or estradiol in any living animal, much less humans.

.


#14

I am with Bryan on this one.

» » Epilobium will help with both DHT and Etradiol.
»
» Epilobium has NEVER been shown to lower either DHT or estradiol in any
» living animal, much less humans.
»
» .


#15

» » Hi all and Hairsite,
» »
» » You were talking in that HT thread about your regimen…I’ve already
» asked
» » this question but it seems you did’t notice it…so I’m reloading it for
» » you…Can you please tell me what’s your regimen ??
»
» Propecia, spiro, Loniten, Lysine, plus occasional Liquidex. Do this ONLY
» under your doctor’s supervision. My doctor requested that I have blood
» test on a regular basis. Also, I stop everything every 7-8 months. I go
» on for about 2 months using absolutely nothing. Then I start another cycle
» of the regimen again.

Have you tried a Piroctone Olamine Shampoo as it helps with Inflammation factor in hairloss?

Regards
Pete


#16

» » Epilobium will help with both DHT and Etradiol.
»
» Epilobium has NEVER been shown to lower either DHT or estradiol in any
» living animal, much less humans.
»
» .

who said you want to lower dht, you just want to prevent it from binding to the hair follicles

lower serum dht levels is why prop has nasty side effects, IMO


#17

Pete,

Can you send any research refs you have on PO; I only saw the comparison study with Minox. Tx.

» » » Hi all and Hairsite,
» » »
» » » You were talking in that HT thread about your regimen…I’ve already
» » asked
» » » this question but it seems you did’t notice it…so I’m reloading it
» for
» » » you…Can you please tell me what’s your regimen ??
» »
» » Propecia, spiro, Loniten, Lysine, plus occasional Liquidex. Do this
» ONLY
» » under your doctor’s supervision. My doctor requested that I have blood
» » test on a regular basis. Also, I stop everything every 7-8 months. I
» go
» » on for about 2 months using absolutely nothing. Then I start another
» cycle
» » of the regimen again.
»
»
» Have you tried a Piroctone Olamine Shampoo as it helps with Inflammation
» factor in hairloss?
»
»
»
»
»
» Regards
» Pete


#18

» Pete,
»
» Can you send any research refs you have on PO; I only saw the comparison
» study with Minox. Tx.
»
»
»
» » » » Hi all and Hairsite,
» » » »
» » » » You were talking in that HT thread about your regimen…I’ve
» already
» » » asked
» » » » this question but it seems you did’t notice it…so I’m reloading it
» » for
» » » » you…Can you please tell me what’s your regimen ??
» » »
» » » Propecia, spiro, Loniten, Lysine, plus occasional Liquidex. Do this
» » ONLY
» » » under your doctor’s supervision. My doctor requested that I have
» blood
» » » test on a regular basis. Also, I stop everything every 7-8 months.
» I
» » go
» » » on for about 2 months using absolutely nothing. Then I start another
» » cycle
» » » of the regimen again.
» »
» »
» » Have you tried a Piroctone Olamine Shampoo as it helps with
» Inflammation
» » factor in hairloss?

» » Regards
» » Pete

http://pt.wkhealth.com/pt/re/ijco/abstract.00013257-200210000-00001.htm;jsessionid=H2nQ2JVBqw59DvXvnz1RSPjy4FpHs9579MJRzsZSJwQKNDxpYCvX!-383192544!181195628!8091!-1

Regards
Pete


#19

» » » Epilobium will help with both DHT and Etradiol.
» »
» » Epilobium has NEVER been shown to lower either DHT or estradiol in any
» » living animal, much less humans.
» »
»
» who said you want to lower dht, you just want to prevent it from binding
» to the hair follicles

It’s never been shown to be an antiandrogen in vivo, either.

.